The Joker’s Dozen by Laurie S Sutton and Ethen Beavers #Review

Title: The Joker’s Dozen
Author: Laurie S Sutton
Illustrator: Ethen Beavers

Genre: Children’s Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels

Publisher: Capstone Young Readers
Publication Date: February 2, 2015

I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. 

Series or Stand alone: You Choose Stories: Batman

The Joker transforms dozens of Gotham City citizens into laughing (and robbing) fools! Is the Dark Knight outnumbered, or can he even the odds? Should he use a Batarang or another high-tech weapon? Can the Caped Crusader save the city, or will the Clown Prince have the last laugh? In this interactive story, YOU CHOOSE the path Batman should take. With your help, hell take down The Joker’s Dozen!
For ages 7-12. From the You Choose Stories: BATMAN series.
*Features the world’s most popular super hero, BATMAN, as well as popular super-villains, including THE JOKER
*Multiple endings and scenarios encourage re-reads again and again
*Best-selling character meets best-selling format: more than 1.5 million copies sold in the You Choose series, and more than 1 million copies sold in the DC Super Heroes chapter book series


Let me start by saying that I love Batman! If it’s anything related to Batman chances are I’m going to love it unless it’s just done terribly. This book captured the essence of Batman. I felt like I was playing one of my video games as I was reading it. I love being able to choose which ending I want. That is HUGE!! I’ve read many Batman comics and this one is perfect for the age group it’s aiming for. With the variety of endings, it will keep kids entertained for hours. The illustrations were amazing as well. They had such vibrant colors and depicted the scenes so well. 
Rating: 5 stars